- Your tub, shower and walls are not made to resist abrasion. To rinse, use plain water and a soft sponge or cloth.
- If a more thorough cleaning is needed, a mild all-purpose liquid cleaner or dishwashing soap and a plastic scrub or sponge will do. Bath cleaners are NOT necessary.
- If you do choose to use a bath-specific cleaner, make sure the label states it is safe for acrylic.
- DO NOT USE products containing ammonia, abrasive cleaners, drain cleaners, aerosol cleaners, or hypochlorite (also known as raw bleach).
Occasionally, your drain may slow down due to hair, etc. In the crossbars. You MUST do the following to remove any obstruction
- Push down to the closed position.
- Remove the knob by turning counter-clockwise.
- Remove the peg and drain plug by turning counter-clockwise.
- Remove any obstacles from the crossbars.
- Re-install in reverse order.
The best way to clean your drain is with a mechanical method: push or pull on the clog with a plunger, plumber’s snake or drain auger.
If you must use a drain cleaner, use a funnel to keep it away from the acrylic. Always test any products on a small area before applying to complete bath or shower.
Drain cleaner will cause cracks in acrylic that will void your warranty.*